This issue of Echogéo will look into the role of women in migration and more specifically, into the part played by those who stay in the absence of men and are left behind when others leave. The role of non-migrant women in spaces affected by emigration – in particular in Africa and Latin America – has been the object of many studies in geography and social science, from as early as the 1970s-80s and into the 1990s.
The aim of this network is to provide researchers with information about publications and congresses regarding the mediterranean area in modern and contemporary history. We strive to be a collaborative space for researchers coming from different research fields. Instead of only promoting discussions about each single country, or only discussing the concept of mediterranean history, the aim is to facilitate circulation and confrontation of ideas, methods, and theories.
Session at the 13th International Conference on Urban History: Reinterpreting Cities (European Association for Urban History)
Helsinki 24-27 August 2016
CASA DE VELÁZQUEZ MADRID 3th-4th JULY, 2015
DEMOCRACY AND LIBERALISM IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
Coord.: Joanna INNES, Eduardo POSADA CARBÓ (Oxford University), Mark PHILP (University of Warwick), Maurizio ISABELLA (Queens Mary College, London) Org.: École des hautes études hispaniques et ibériques (Casa de Velázquez, Madrid), The Leverhulme Trust
CASA DE VELÁZQUEZ I C/ DE PAUL GUINARD, 3 I CIUDAD UNIVERSITARIA I MADRID I www.casadevelazquez.org
Journal of Levantine Studies
Call for Proposals: Special Issue on "Gender, Citizenship, and Immigration: A Comparative Perspective on the Mediterranean"
Guest Editors: Gökce Yurdakul and Inna Michaeli, Humboldt University of Berlin